Trying to keep up with new restaurant openings in Nashville is like trying to find bread in a grocery store during a winter storm warning in Nashville. It’s nearly impossible.
Restaurants and bars are popping up around the city almost every week and it can be a daunting task to keep up with them all. Thankfully, we took care of the hard work for you.
NOBLE has had its eyes peeled all month long and kept a running tally on the newest restaurants to hit the city in November.
Wax and drafts are now spinning and pouring in East Nashville. Co-owner Todd Hedrick opened his draft house/lounge/record store Vinyl Tap at the corner of Greenwood and Porter in East Nashville on Nov. 25. Step inside for a “living room vibe,” with more than 20 local drafts on tap as well as wine and appetizers.
OK, it’s not technically a restaurant, but they do have some sweet waffles and we’d eat waffles for every meal if we could, so that qualifies for us. Plus, there are old school arcade games, floats and ice cream and we’re all about that, too. There are plenty of other treats and goodness at Olan Rogers’ new Soda Parlor shop in East Nashville, which held its grand re-opening on Nov. 26 at 966 Woodland St. next to Burger Up. Stop in and indulge. | Read more on NOBLE
NEW HEIGHTS BREWING CO.
If you haven’t noticed yet, we’re really using this whole “restaurant” term loosely, but wait, along with beer there’s also food at Nashville’s newest brewery, New Heights Brewing Co.! The brewery serves up Dan’s Gourmet Mac and Cheese as well as 10 beers on tap. | Read more on NOBLE
URBAN COWBOY PUBLIC HOUSE
If you haven’t rented out one of the eight bedrooms at Urban Cowboy, East Nashville’s Queen Anne Victorian style mansion on Woodland Street, you can catch some of the B&B’s vibes next door at Urban Cowboy Public House. Lyon Porter’s new bar and restaurant opened this month on the East Side, which features a 2,000-square-foot indoor bar and restaurant as well as a large, 3,000-square-foot outdoor patio as well as an outdoor fireplace. Stay toasty. | Read more on NOBLE
URBAN COWBOY | 103 NORTH 16TH STREET | INSTAGRAM
The Gulch’s luxurious Thompson Hotel swung open its doors recently and so too did its first-floor restaurant, Marsh House. Created by Chef John Besh and Chef Brian Landry, the restaurant features an oyster bar, classic southern cocktails and old and new world wines.